A Tribute to our Watchers - Part IIWe are happy to present part II of our series: A Tribute to our Watchers. Enjoy!
Dark dreams and lost memories brought back to life again.
One of the most talented drawers we've ever met. An ordinary piece of charcoal transforms into magic wand when she holds it.
Surrealistic drawings that hit your lonely soul. Less is more.
Surreal, absurd, macabre... His gallery never gets boring.
Dare to see the world from her point of view!
Beautiful and atmospheric photographs. But beware, she has her mad side too!
Change your perspective, turn the world upside down, or descend to the micro-level. Ulrich takes you away into his world of patterns...
Makes the ordinary look extraordinary.
State of AffairsHello all!
With the asparagus season already closing today, it's been a while since I wrote a private journal, but I've been busy with my two book projects, SixbySix blogs and re-adjusting my expectations of dA tastes in art to reality. As ever, I'm way behind with saying thankyous for faves and worse, it's become quite a struggle to keep up with the output of everybody. It would be a solution in part to unwatch my groups, as the output of many is so large that they hog the top of my watchlist continuously at the expense of individual galleries. But then again, I like the surprise finds of as yet unknown artists that come up with them. Maybe I should try what many other people seem to do, watch the watchlist at the bottom end. I could also give up on saying thank you, but to be honest, going back to thank someone for their faves is a way to keep up with active deviants efficiently.
:iconbotherplz: I still think many groups could make their own lives
seven-seven-smiles(or the slot machine)
Mizu enso by kingwen
Stockholm by bike by EpytafeStrange Things Happen by EintoeRn
R by kazoopaWINDOW by JabLab by JabLab